Two missed calls by the officials allowed Ole Miss to take a three-touchdown lead on Alabama on a play that featured a missed targeting call and an improperly applied unnecessary roughness call.
Perhaps the most unbelievable part of Laremy Tunsil’s unbelievable night was when he did an otherwise simple thing: he told the truth. After first demurring, he admitted the screenshots of texts that popped up on his Instagram account were real, and agreed that they showed exchanges between him and an Ole Miss coach…
Laremy Tunsil’s draft-day drop—thanks to a bizarre series of events, including his Twitter account being hacked and posting video of him smoking weed out of a gas-mask bong—cost him millions in salary. About $7 million, if you assume Tunsil would have gone to the Ravens at No. 6, where the first OT of the draft went.…
After Laremy Tunsil fell to #13 in the draft, texts purporting to show conversation with Ole Miss staffers about them paying his rent popped up on his Instagram. The posts were deleted, along with Tunsil’s account, and given when they were posted, it’s highly unlikely that he posted them himself.
First, a video of Laremy Tunsil smoking a substance out of a gas mask turned up on the NFL prospect’s Twitter account. Then, alleged conversations regarding improper benefits appeared on his Instagram. He learned about the latter while giving a live interview with ESPN Radio, and you can listen to it above.
Laremy Tunsil is expected to be one of the first players selected in tonight’s NFL Draft. Minutes before the draft began in Chicago, his Twitter account posted a video of someone who appears to be Tunsil smoking an unknown substance out of a gas mask.
Ole Miss star offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil started this season on the sidelines. He’ll end it having scored a touchdown in what’s yet another blowout major bowl game, as the Rebels took a 34-6 lead into the locker room. The trick play even got our Russian announcer friends excited:
It’s only been a few days since Ole Miss defensive end Robert Nkemdiche fell out of a damn window, but he seems to have recovered just fine based on this video of him doing his thing on the sax.
Probable top-five NFL draft pick and Ole Miss star Robert Nkemdiche reportedly fell from the 4th floor of a building, and suffered “multiple cuts” according to Cody Chaffins of Fox 5 Sports:
Senior Ole Miss linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche was admitted to Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi Monday after being “found” and was still there as of Wednesday night, according to RebelGrove.com. The site reports that Nkemdiche is currently conscious in the ICU, but that it is unknown why he was hospitalized in…
Arkansas has been mostly trash this season, but the Razorbacks pulled out some magic in beating Ole Miss 53-52 in overtime thanks to a fourth-down backward pass prayer that set up a touchdown and the eventual game-winning two-point conversion.
These are always popular, so we’re back to provide another special taste of what it was like to be an Alabama fan during last night’s 43-37 Ole Miss upset—the first Rebels win in Tuscaloosa since 1988. Here, via ESPN and Camera Obscura, are your saddest of sad Bamafans.
Ole Miss stormed into Tuscaloosa and took a big early lead when Rebels quarterback Chad Kelly brought down a poor snap that he then mishandled, threw the ball into double coverage, only to find it ricochet into the hands of Quincy Adeboyejo who took it 66 yards for the score.
ESPN censors took the day off in Tuscaloosa today. Here’s your occasionally profane and offensive College GameDay sign roundup:
Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss’ starting tackle and a probable future top-five pick in the NFL draft, was held out of today’s season opener against Tennessee-Martin in what the school called a “precautionary measure.” Tunsil and his stepfather Lindsey Miller filed domestic violence charges against each other after a…
Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 19 Ole Miss.
Oxford police took Ole Miss junior offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil into custody and charged him with domestic violence after a Thursday incident that allegedly featured the All-SEC lineman punching his stepfather.
A prominent Ole Miss athletics backer known for tweeting at and promoting potential Rebels student-athletes was revealed to be a fake account yesterday, ending years of speculation that the blonde and perky "Analesa Presley" did not exist at all.